Rishabh Pant Car accident: Indian wicket-keeper met with a car accident. Check details
Updated on: Dec 30, 2022 10:24 am IST
Rishabh Pant Car accident: Nothing seems to be falling in places for the Indian wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant. Just after getting axed from the Indian squad for the Sri Lankan series, the swashbuckling left-hander met with a severe accident at the Delhi-Uttarakhand highway.
Rishabh Pant Car Accident: Rishabh Pant hospitalized
The mishappening took place on Friday morning after his BMW car crashed into a divider near Roorkee while he was returning to Delhi via Delhi-Uttarakhand highway. According to a latest report, Rishab Pant dozed off while driving his BMW car (still unclear) and then it bashed into the divider. Rishabh was fortunate enough to escape via the windscreen before the car caught fire.
Several pictures have been floating over social media since morning of his burn and bruised injury on the back along with some injuries he sustained on his forehead. Below are some of the tweets surfacing ever since Rishabh met with a horrific accident.
Cricketer Rishabh Pant met with an accident on Delhi-Dehradun highway near Roorkee border, car catches fire. Further details awaited. pic.twitter.com/qXWg2zK5oC
— ANI (@ANI) December 30, 2022
— Kabir Duhan Singh (@Kabirduhansingh) December 30, 2022
— हिंदू बालक 🚩🌺🚩🕉️📿 (@imrajchoudhary7) December 30, 2022
क्रिकेटर ऋषभ पंत का भीषण कार हादसा। दिल्ल से रुड़की जा रहे थे। रुड़की के नारसन बॉर्डर के पास कार पलट गई। इस हादसे में ऋषभ गंभीर रूप से घायल हैं। दिल्ली रेफर किया गया है।#RishabhPant #Breaking #BreakingNews #Uttarakhand #RoorkeeAccident #RishabhPantAccident pic.twitter.com/LiZzwWaZd1
— Rahul Parashar (@rahulpr041) December 30, 2022
Rishabh Pant Car Accident: Rishabh Pant out of danger
After a serious accident, Pant was rushed to the nearest Saksham Multispecialty Hospital in Roorkee. After all the assessments it was revealed that the left-hander is out of danger but has got some burns and bruises on his back which may take some time to heal.
Rishabh recently featured in the two-match Test series against Bangladesh where he scored a 90+ score in the second Test which helped in his team’s triumph. Owing to his poor form in white-ball cricket, Rishabh was dropped from the limited-over series (both ODIs and T20Is) against Sri Lanka which is all set to commence from January 3rd. The limited overs series will comprise 3 T20Is followed by 3 ODIs.
Let’s pray for Pant and hope that he recovers quickly so that we could see him on the field doing what he does best.